Last night I was reading hubs and found one that said you could link to sites like Digg. So I joined Digg and submitted my own hub. Then I read other hubs that said not to do that and I could lose that hub.
Did I break the rules? If so, can I un-digg it? And what is the right way to do it?
The advice given is to link responsibly. Not to spam those sites with your own link. So bookmark, say, 5-10 other sites for each time you bookmark your own. One action will not get you labeled as a spammer on either site.
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